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Southern Heritage <br>News and Views: March 2005

Thursday, March 31, 2005

Burial of Confederate Flag

Billy Bearden, from Carrollton Georgia MAKE'S A STAND!

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Confederate battle flag in Ringgold will come down

Intolerant Bigots In Prattville Sparking Controversy

Headline Writer Blames it on Confederate Flag

Friday, March 25, 2005



Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Swampfest ban upsets Southern heritage backers

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Slap in the face to Southern Heritage

Slap in the face to Southern Heritage

Monday, March 21, 2005

Rally for Southern Heritage

Confederate Flag Fury

Sunday, March 20, 2005


Rally protests order to remove flag, flagpole
Hundreds demand that city officials reinstate Confederate standard

Friday, March 18, 2005

You’re Being Robbed

Our Heritage is in Our Hands
Michael Robbe

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Happy St. Patrick's Day - Southern Style

"The Irish in the South 1815-1877"
by David T. Gleeson
Reviewed by Mauriel P. Joslyn
Special to The Wild Geese Today

Editorial: North Good, South Bad?

Wednesday, March 16, 2005


Still fighting over the flag

Removing Confederate battle flag from cemetery sparks protests

Battles begot a nation

Confederate Heritage Month still hot topic

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

April is Confederate History Month of Remembrance

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Confederate Colony Land Auction

J. Pat Baughman Presents The Great Confederate Colony Land Rush!
Your chance to buy a beautiful piece of property in a lovely Confederate-oriented neighborhood at AUCTION… and help further the work of The Southern Legal Resource Center!

New Civil War skirmish looms

Powhatan supervisors agree to consider declaring April Confederate heritage month

Thursday, March 10, 2005

Judge reinstates SCV commander in chief

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Legal group says flag removal by city council may be unlawful

The Southern Legal Resource Center

For Immediate Release Wednesday, March 9, 2005

Legal group says flag removal by city council may be unlawful

BLACK MOUNTAIN, NC – The Southern Legal Resource Center says the removal of the Confederate flag from a historic area of a cemetery in Charlotte, North Carolina, appears to run counter to North Carolina law.

“Our legal contacts in Charlotte have discovered at least two cases where municipalities that had undertaken similar actions were found to be in violation of the law,” said SLRC Executive Director Roger McCredie. “These are cases involving interference with gravesites, whether on so-called city property or not. There could be some serious legal implications here for the City of Charlotte.”

Yesterday [March 8] Charlotte City Manager Pam Syfert announced a new “rule” that only American, state and city flags may fly on city property. The Confederate flag, which had flown for the past decade next to a memorial in a section of the cemetery where Confederate soldiers are buried, was then removed along with its pole. The City had been contemplating such action since last summer when a councilman said he was worried that visitors would think the flag’s presence was “endorsed” by the city.

On a weekend night in January, while the city’s decision was supposedly still pending, city officials removed the flag from its pole. According to the Charlotte Observer, Assistant City Manager Julie Burch ordered the flagpole ropes cut so that members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans could not hoist another flag.

“That was an incredibly stupid move,” McCredie said. “It just further weakens the city’s already precarious position if anyone should decide to challenge the legality of it, and with feelings running as high as they are, that seems likely. The intelligent thing for the city to do would be quietly to put the flag back, but that’s not going to happen, so things will probably get interesting.”

The Southern Legal Resource Center is a nonprofit civil rights legal network that advocates in Southern culture and heritage cases.

For additional information, contact

Roger McCredie
(828) 669-5189

Selma woman says Riley aide lied

Yankee-basher yanked

Wake Weekly fires outspoken columnist

Colleges revisit race in history

“There’s no question that there has been an effort to de-emphasize Confederate heritages … especially in the past four to five years.”

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Confederate flag to be removed from cemetery

Sunday, March 06, 2005


TO: Lt. Commander-In-Chief Anthony Hodges & Co.
FROM: James R. Kennedy and Walter D. Kennedy

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Southern Events

Confederate supporter up in arms

Debate over battle flag marches on

Confederate flag shadows SEC tournament

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